Check Out John Paul Jones' "Ramble On" Isolated Track With Led Zeppelin (VIDEO)

An inside look into the studio bass work of John Paul Jones on "Ramble On"
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Take an inside look at John Paul Jones' groovy bass work on Led Zeppelin's classic 1969 hit, "Ramble On" from their album Led Zeppelin II. Recorded at Juggy Sound Studio in New York during a US tour, the song went on to become an instant hit thanks to the phenomenal bass work of Jones.

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JOHN PAUL JONES has no need for further feathers in his cap. The bassist, keyboardist, and general rock & roll badass anchored Led Zeppelin—arguably the most influential hard rock outfit in history—and has gone on to collaborate in too many cool projects to mention (for a few, head to bassplayer.com). When he took the stage at London’s O2 Arena in 2007 with Zeppelin bandmates Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (along with Jason Bonham, son of late, great Zep drummer John Bonham), Jones sealed his reputation as a topnotch performer with deep soul, crisp tone, and killer chops.